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Randy Hadfield Nominated to UGA Board
(This is the third in a series of three articles spotlighting the nominees for positions on the UGA Board of Directors. Three UGA Board members have reached their by-law limits of nine years on the board and three new members have been nominated to fill those outgoing vacancies. The outgoing members are President Judy Allem, past president Bill Probst, and former treasurer Dave Dorton. Those nominated are Amy Mayberry of Bountiful Ridge, Stewart Walz of Hidden Valley Country Club, and Randy Hadfield of Alpine Country Club.)
Randy Hadfield, the immediate past president of Alpine Country Club, has been nominated to the UGA Board of Directors. He was born in Brigham City in 1967, the son of Richard and Loretta Hadfield, and graduated from Box Elder High School in 1985. He attended Utah State University and played on the golf team, but transferred to BYU and graduated from there with a degree in Zoology in 1993. He then attended dental school and graduated from the University of Missouri with a doctorate in dental surgery in 1997. He served as a dentist in the U.S. Navy in Japan from 1997 to 2000. He established his own dental practice in Lehi shortly after leaving the Navy and is still practicing his profession.
He married Angela Harris of McCammon, Idaho and they have four children, Marcus, 20; Candace, 16; Derek, 14; and Raquel.
He played on the golf team at Box Elder and at Utah State and was the medalist in the Utah State High School championship. He remains competitive in golf and carries a handicap. He participates in Alpine club tournaments, and on Alpine CC 8-Man team. While attending school at BYU he worked in the pro shop at Riverside Country Club and helped with the Ben Hogan Tour. He is also a volunteer at The Masters at Augusta.